Zorn v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 4

ORDER granting 3 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing clerk to file complaint nunc pro tunc as of 8/10/10. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return r eceipt requested, as well as the US Attorney General and US Attorney for Western District/Arkansas without prepayment of fees and costs. Defendant is to answer within 60 days from date of service. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on August 11, 2010. (lw)

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lN l HB UNI I LD Sl A1 l-,S DISTRICT COIIRT WESTERN DISTR]CT ARKANSAS OF HARRISON DIVISION RICHARDA, ZORN PLAINTIFF Crvrr- lD-3o1G No. MICHAF,l, AS I RtJFl, J. Clotnmissroncr' Adrninistration Sooial Security ORDER with a tcqucsttbr Plaintiffhassubmitted complaintfor filing in this clistrict, a together pauptls, After review,it is I'trund LhatPlaintifT unablcto payfor is leavcto procccdin.Jbrma this of the tlie oosts I'ct)nrrrencemcnt suit and,accordingly, following ortleris errteretl I Ir" day o of August2010: PlrrintifTsmotion for lcavc to proceed /brina parlptli,s is granted. in. 'fhe clcrk is clircctcd DEFENI]ANT 1(),2010.Additionally,the courl directsthat to file tlre complainlnun( Fro /rrnc: 01'AuElust a$ alongwith a copyof this order,Lre served Plaintiffby ccrtifiedmail, by a oopyol'the coffiplaint. Social Security retufl rcccipt rcquested, Def'endrurt, on Michael J. Asttue, (lonrmissioncr, anrl Mark W. Wcbb. Administratiorr, well irs h,ric H. Holdcr, Jr., U.S. Attolttey General, as to of Assistant LI.S.Attorney,withoutprcpaymcnt feesandcosts. De['e dirntis or':lcrcd answer within sixty (60) daysliom tlredarte setvicc. ol I'I'ISSOORDERED. , JAMESR. MARSCHF.WSKI CHIEF I ].S. MA(iIS]'RA'I'T JLJI)GD I AUGI ?illc sY.*dj:rj. *: R.J0Ht{so , {iLUiK , :r oHBrs i DEpUffCLEBT AO72A (Rev. 8/82)

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